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S.Res. 367 (is) Urging the Government of Egypt to provide a timely and open appeal for Shaiboub William Arsel and to complete an independent investigation of police brutality in Al-Kosheh. [Introduced in Senate] ...
S. RES. 366
Expressing the Sense of the Senate on the certification of Mexico.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
October 4 (legislative day, September 22), 2000
Mrs. Hutchison (for herself, Mr. Grassley, Mr. Gramm, Mr. Kyl, Mr.
Domenici, Mr. Dodd, Mrs. Feinstein, Mr. Hollings, and Mr. Sessions)
submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee
on Foreign Relations
Expressing the Sense of the Senate on the certification of Mexico.
Whereas Mexico will inaugurate a new government on 1 December 2000 that will be
the first change of authority from one party to another;
Whereas the 2nd July election of Vincente Fox Quesada of the Alliance for Change
marks an historic transition of power in open and fair elections;
Whereas Mexico and the United States share a 2,000-mile border, Mexico is the
United States' second largest trading partner, and the two countries
share historic and cultural ties;
Whereas drug production and trafficking are a threat to the national interests
and the well-being of the citizens of both countries; and
Whereas United States-Mexican cooperation on drugs is a cornerstone for policy
for both countries in developing effective programs to stop drug use,
drug production, and drug trafficking: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved, That (a) the Senate, on behalf of the people of the
(1) welcomes the constitutional transition of power in
(2) congratulates the people of Mexico and their elected
representatives for this historic change; and
(3) expresses its intent to continue to work cooperatively
with Mexican authorities to promote broad and effective efforts
for the health and welfare of United States and Mexican
citizens endangered by international drug trafficking, use, and
(b) Sense of the Senate.--It is the sense of the Senate that the
incoming new governments in both Mexico and the United States must
develop and implement a counterdrug program that more effectively
addresses the official corruption, the increase in drug traffic, and
the lawlessness that has resulted from illegal drug trafficking, and
that a one-year waiver of the requirement that the President certify
Mexico is warranted to permit both new governments time to do so.
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